Premier League TV schedule 2021/22: How to watch every game live
Your complete Premier League TV schedule for the 2021/22 season featuring dates, times, TV channel details for every game.
The Premier League TV schedule has been confirmed for the final day of the season with three enormous games to be broadcast live across the land.
Manchester City are one point clear of Liverpool heading into the final weekend. If they defeat Aston Villa, the game is up and City will be coronated. Should City fail to win and Liverpool take maximum points from Wolves, Liverpool will snatch the league title.
Further down the table, a point would effectively guarantee Tottenham's place in the Champions League next year, while Manchester United need a victory to guarantee a Europa League spot.
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Leeds sit in the bottom three, level on points with Burnley but with an inferior goal difference. If they lose to Brentford, it's game over. They need to better Burnley's result against Newcastle or they will return to the Championship.
The season draws to a close here but with so much at stake, who will seize the initiative at both ends of the table?
We'll keep our Premier League TV schedule updated based on the very latest official data. All matches on TV have now been confirmed.
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Premier League TV schedule 2021/22
All UK time
Sunday 22nd May
Are all Premier League fixtures on TV?
No. Unfortunately for football fans, not every game will be shown live on TV in 2021/22, unlike the previous season.
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck and fans were unable to attend matches, broadcasters were handed the rights to show every match live on TV – in some cases for free – for the remainder of the 2019/20 campaign.
In 2020/21, matches were staggered at different times to ensure every person could watch every game live on TV.
However, now that fans are allowed back into stadiums across the land, 3pm kick-offs are back, traditional times have returned and fewer games will be shown.